SNvD 2023@LNGS: International conference on Supernova Neutrino Detection

Auditorium "E: Fermi" (LNGS)

Auditorium "E: Fermi"



- theory of SN emission
- lessons from 1987A
- SN observations with photons
- past detectors for SN neturinos
- detectors in the world ready to take SN neutrinos
- situation at LNGS
- SNEWS alert system
- new ideas
- diffused SN

This  first edition of the conference will be located at LNGS and will be focussed on the legacy and strategy for Supernova Neutrino detection with detectors located at LNGS, in the international context.

The conference will take place at
Gran Sasso National Laboratory of INFN - Assergi, Italy.

Information on conference fee and included services will be posted soon.

A list of affiliated hotels and instructions on reservation is available on section Accommodation on top-left menu.

Shuttle bus service from affiliated hotels to conference venue will be available during the conference days. Timetable will be posted soon.

It will be possible to remotely attend the event. Submission of registration form is mandatory both for remote and in-person attendees. The link to Zoom meeting will be sent to registered participants VIA EMAIL ONLY.

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  • Bhavesh Chauhan
  • Claudio Salvadore
  • Lakhdar Sek
  • Manibrata Sen
  • Marcos Vinicius dos Santos
  • Tajudeen Oluwafemi Amuda
  • Walter M. Bonivento
    • Invited talk session
      • 1
        Workshop introduction
      • 2
        Welcome from the LNGS director
        Speaker: Ezio Previtali (MIB)
      • 3
        Legacy from LVD
      • 4
        Xenon-nT and Darwin sensitivity
      • 4:50 PM
        Coffee break
      • 5
        Supernova neutrino flavor conversions.
        Speaker: Manibrata Sen (Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik)
      • 6
        DarkSide-20k sensitivity
        Speaker: Davide Franco (APC)
      • 7
        SN @SuperK
      • 8
        The RESNOVA proposal
    • Contributed talk session
    • Invited talk session
      • 11:50 AM
        Coffee break
      • 9
        SN @ JUNO
      • 10
        SN at SNO+
      • 11
      • 12
        SN@DONE Module of opportunity
      • 13
        Observation of a neutron star at SN1987A location
      • 14
        LZ sensitivity
      • 15
        HyperK sensitivity
      • 16
        SN neutrino signal in different detectors (also speaker TBC)
        Speaker: Andrea Gallo Rosso (GSSI)
      • 17
        SN modelling and neutrinos
        Speaker: Hans-Thomas Janka (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics)
    • SNEWS
    • Contributed talk session
    • session
      • 18
        Legacy from Borexino
      • 19
        SN @ ICECUBE
      • 20
    • wrap-up and discussion of next steps for SN detection at LNGS